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Alice 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 4 年前

英文工作經歷 麻煩各位大大幫忙確認文法?

Dear 各位大大,小妹文法不是很強,麻煩幫我看下文法是否有誤

Work Experience:

 xx Co.,Ltd. Apr.2012 – Sep.2015

Purchasing Executive

.Coordinates purchasing plans with manufacturing and development new vendors assure supply chain are operation.

. Handle full set of import & export shipping are available in schedule and contact with vendor be avoid transportation delay in orders.

 xx Inc. Nov.2009 – Mar.2012

Purchasing Executive

. Responsible for planning materials (iron and plastic..) 、compontens and equipments for all parts operating and including import & export shipping .

 xx Inc. Mar.2008 – Nov.2009

AutoCAD Operator

.Use graphics software to drawn and design a mold and acceptable arrange of the analyze the data.

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  • Jenkin
    Lv 7
    4 年前





    Apr.2012 – Sep.2015 Purchasing Executive

    Coordinated purchasing plans with manufacturing and sourcing new vendors to assure supply chain are effective for production.

    Handled full set of import & export shipment according to schedule and manage vendors be avoid transportation delay of orders.

    xx Inc. Nov.2009 – Mar.2012 Purchasing Executive

    Responsible for materials (metal and plastic..) planning, component and equipment for all parts acquisition and including import & export shipping.

    xx Inc. Mar.2008 – Nov.2009 AutoCAD Operator .

    Used graphics software to draw and design a mold and analyzed specification data to acceptable standards.

    [你原句acceptable arrange用中文也解不通:可接受的安排的分析數據?按我對工業繪圖員的工作認識,你是按設計和部件量度指引達至繪製合工業標準施工或原作件圖]

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